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Laurie Kimbrel

Superintendent to resign from new job

Laurie Kimbrel will be resigning from her new job in Chicago in the wake of controversies that have shaken her tenure as Tam District superintendent. Kimbrel has requested to be released from her three-year contract with District 113 in the Chicago area, the district’s Human Resources representative wrote in an email on Saturday afternoon. Kimbrel […]

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Talented juniors and new coach boost varsity baseball team

The new banners hanging in the outfield, referencing the 1977 National Championship team, are a fresh reminder of the legacy that this year’s varsity baseball team has the power to fulfill. After a lackluster season last year, the team has a renewed passion that matches the revamped appearance of their outfield and a new coach […]

Packing a Lip: Smokeless tobacco and its health risks

Sitting on the shelves behind gas station counters are small handheld tins decorated with shiny seals, polished faces, and intriguing logos. Inside is smokeless tobacco, or “dip” as many call it — a form of tobacco made to be placed in between the inner lip and gum of one’s mouth. Instead of being inhaled through […]

Bryte Darden, Kimmy Bronstein, and Maddy Peng sing at this years Night of Blues.

Video: Night of Blues

On Friday, Feb. 6, from 7:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m., the music department hosted its annual Night of Blues, an event consisting of dinner, dancing, and live music. The CEA transformed into a ’60s-esque jazz night club, with twinkling lights hanging from the ceiling and a sea of students clad in colorful dress dancing in […]

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Superintendent to resign from new job

Laurie Kimbrel will be resigning from her new job in Chicago in the wake of controversies that have shaken her tenure as Tam District superintendent. Kimbrel has requested to be released from her three-year contract with District 113 in the Chicago area, the district’s Human Resources representative wrote in an email on Saturday afternoon. Kimbrel […]

Sports


Trail access for mountain bikers heavily disputed

Since its inception in Marin in the mid-1970’s, mountain biking has been a controversial issue amongst the various groups that frequent the county’s vast public spaces. Despite its large popularity, cyclists have disproportionately less access to Marin’s trails. Cyclists only have access to 26 percent of the 327 miles of trails on MMWD and Marin […]

Opinion


Less is more: The silent power of the introvert

It’s everywhere—celebrities with overgrown personalities, commercials featuring groups of friends having a great time, projects forcing us to collaborate with our classmates or give a presentation to the class. Our society prefers extroverts: The more personable you are, the more fun you have and the more successful you are. Introverts feel pressure to be outgoing, […]

Culture


From Italy to your oven: how to make easy homemade pizzas

Everyday, one in eight adults eats pizza, according to a report by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Twenty two percent of teens eat pizza daily. Many people may think that making the perfect pizza is a daunting task reserved for Italian restaurants. This is not the case! Anyone can make pizza by following a few […]

Review


Rolling through the best sushi restaurants in Marin

Whether you are craving sushi for a date night, family dinner, or a meal with friends, you will be pleased to discover that several restaurants in Marin provide fresh and flavorful rolls that leave you wanting more. The Bark compared the sushi served at four restaurants tucked in several corners of Marin: Sushi to Dai […]